[Now with the Leijons & Maryams]
[Un montón de garabatos!]
A mix full of electro swing gems. Caution: your legs won’t stay still.
o1. free the robots - jazzhole | o2. cosmo sheldrake ft. andrea vargas - rich | o3. marian hill - lovit | o4. caro emerald - that man (daytoner edit) | o5. waldeck - make my day | o6. fm einheit & gry - princess crocodile | o7. parov stelar - booty swing | o8. little violet - don’t stop | o9. caravan palace - rock it for me | 10. tape five - bad boy good man | 11. spankox - you like torero | 12. mr. scruff - get a move on | 13. gramophonedzie - why don’t you | 14. swing republic - crazy in love | 15. goldfish - hold tight
… put together like this, it’s kind of like pokémon? (Except the Amporas. They had a normal phase and ended up a Water Dragon despite starting off as a fairy type.)
THIS IS THE FINAL EDITION OF RINGSTUCK…
you guys can stop unfollowing me now… I’ll gladly take other homestuck character requests if you have one that I didn’t tackle in my mad spree today though.
collections that are raw as fuck ➝ dolce & gabbana fall 2006
If you’ve never heard this version dear god please press play it will change your life
i spent my afternoon and evening doing this! twas a good way to spend my time
Me as the leader of a group project..
The most accurate thing ever, oh my god.
Hey, guys! So, we’re all familiar with Cyberpunk and Steampunk, but there are so many more alternate histories/speculative science fiction genres out there! I came across this handy-dandy infographic and figured I could share a bit of these punk genres for anyone interested.
Roughly covers the Western world during the mid- to late-19th century (ie: Victorian era, US wild west, etc.), and sometimes up to the Edwardian era.
1920s up through WWII, ending at just about the Cold War.
A cleaner, artistic, more “optimistic” version of Dieselpunk (same time period)
Covers the time of the Renaissance (think da Vinci)
Cold War era, ie: the Space Race
Derivative of Steampunk, but focuses on electricity rather than steam.
Explicit horror and gore
Biotechnology, genetics (part science fiction, part real life)
Nanotechnology, sometimes overlaps with Biopunk
The granddaddy of them all: computer technology, the internet, hackers, etc.
Others not included in the infographic
Okay, uh, TW for graphic descriptions of rape in the Splatterpunk explanation link (specifically as examples of ~look how edgy and without boundaries this subgenre is~), but I think all the other links should be safe.
Also, Arcanepunk is a theme with combinations of magic and science/technology, or with technology so complex it appears to be magic.
A lot of people think I use watercolor, but I’m way too lazy for that. So, I just made a straight-up full blown tutorial for this Ask because it’s so complicated. Here are links to purchasing materials:
- Toned Paper
- Col-Erase Pencils, Prismacolor Pencils
- Brush Pen
- Felt Tip Pens (Other brands: Copic, Sakura, Faber Castell Pitt)
- Markers (Other brands: Prismacolor)
- White Paint Marker (make sure it’s the water-based one)
Method is based off Peter Han’s CGMW/CDA/ACCD course, Visual Communication.
Other Tutorials: http://www.fictograph.com/tagged/tutorial